"I don't believe in prayer" - Rev Richard LittledaleCategory: Open to the Public Host: ISN
Speaker: Rev Richard Littledale
The Nazareth Community, St Martin in the Fields: The city is my monastery - a contemporary rule of lifeCategory: Open to the Public Host: ISN
Speaker: Rev Richard Carter
Mini MBACategory: Courses Host: Salford Professional Development
This 5-day Mini MBA in Business Leadership programme is a taster of a Masters in Business Management – Delivered by the University of Salford’s Business School tutors.
Designed for senior executives and managers aspiring for senior roles from all functions across industry.
This programme is ideal for executives seeking to improve their knowledge across a wide spread of advanced business skills. It offers delegates a challenging and rewarding experience that will equip them with the advanced skills and knowledge they need to succeed in their chosen profession.
Helping you take your career to the next level and giving you maximum impact on your career with minimum time away from the workplace.
ILM Level 5 Leadership and ManagementCategory: Courses Host: Salford Professional Development
The qualifications are made up of a broad range of units covering skills in six core areas – working with people, managing yourself and personal skills, providing direction, facilitating innovation and change, achieving results, and using resources. The flexibility in unit choice allows the qualification to be tailored to meet the needs of the individual and employer
Each unit in this qualification focuses on a specific set of skills and knowledge, in six broad areas:
Working with people – a range of units including how to deal effectively with stress and conflict, manage remote workers, build excellent customer relations
Managing yourself and personal skills – including units that focus on assessing your own leadership performance and developing critical thinking
Providing direction – such as leading teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives and making strong and informed management decisions.
Facilitating innovation and change – for example, build a culture of continued improvement, and lead people through change
Achieving results – such as managing for efficiency and effectiveness, and managing projects that get results
Using resources – including managing facilities and managing information.
Accompanying our neighbour: Reflections on how we engage with issues of justice & peace as accompaniersCategory: Open to the Public Host: ISN
Speaker: Helen Jones